Unfair to have all the best teachers working in city schools
The head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw, is concerned that there are two clear divisions in the UK in terms of schools performance and attainment.
The big cities keep attracting the best school leaders and teachers and are often able to tempt them with more money and greater opportunity than schools in less populated and rural areas.
The top 10 highest percentage of schools that are good or outstanding are all in cities in the UK and this is a growing concern as there is already a significant division between the quality of teaching and schooling in big cities compared to the rest of the UK.
The gap will continue to widen if nothing is done to rectify this.